After nearly forty years of marriage, my husband has taken up grilling, and he's good at it. But he only does "slabs of meat". I knew I'd never get him to bother with making kabobs because he wouldn't want to take the time to thread everything carefully on the two-pronged kabob rods, and the straight one long rod ones don't work well when the food has to be turned over. This is the answer! I can give him a bowl of meat and veggies cut into the proper sizes and he easily loads up the skewers and cooks everything to perfection, turning them easily when needed.
An attractive way to up your grill game. It was great for my father-in-law for family cookouts as grilling veggies is a staple.
If you love onions then you can put them on every branch. Works if you don't love onions as well.
I use it a small portion of skewers. I mix chicken and beef with peppers, and onions.
It was fun to give the new couple a unique and useful gift.
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Hasn't been used yet but looks easy to use and simple to clean
Thought these looked different and would work well for my brother... but their quality wasn't great and their packaging made it seem cheap. Good if you want to buy for yourself and it's what you want... but not interesting or nice enough for a gift. sending back
This is good for veggies that cook at different rates. As theey are cooked they can easily be removed when done.
I bought 2 of the skewers as a dirty santa gift and ended up bringing them home with me, because I really wanted them! They are easy to use, but you need to use a little force getting thicker pieces of meat on the tines (they aren't super sharp which is a good safety thing). I don't know if using a non-stick spray is absolutely necessary, but I did just in case. So far, they're a hit, and I'm buying more to use with guests/family.
These are unique and relatively fancy looking